1 conspicuous, eminent, exceptional, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, prodigious, rare, remarkable, uncommon, unique, unparalleled
2 atypical, curious, eccentric, extraordinary, odd, oddball (informal) out-of-the-way, outré, peculiar, puzzling, queer, strange, unusual, wacko (slang)
3 individual, separate, single, sole
common, common or garden, commonplace, conventional, everyday, familiar, normal, routine, run-of-the-mill, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual
Diccionario de inglés sinónimos
1 adj The singular form of a word is the form that is used when referring to one person or thing., (Antonym: plural)
...the fifteen case endings of the singular form of the Finnish noun..., The word `you' can be singular or plural.
2 n-sing The singular of a noun is the form of it that is used to refer to one person or thing.
the N (Antonym: plural)
The singular of Inuit is Inuk.
3 adj Singular means very great and remarkable.
FORMAL ADJ n
...a smile of singular sweetness...
singularly adv ADV adj/adv
It seemed a singularly ill-judged enterprise for Truman to undertake.
4 adj If you describe someone or something as singular, you mean that they are strange or unusual. OLD-FASHIONED usu ADJ n
(=peculiar) Cardinal Meschia was without doubt a singular character..., Where he got that singular notion I just can't think.
(=peculiarity) ...his abrupt, turbulent style and the singularity of his appearance.
singular noun ( singular nouns plural ) A singular noun is a noun such as `standstill' or `vicinity' that does not have a plural form and always has a determiner such as `a' or `the' in front of it. n-count
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